There are over 65 countries that have regulations in place for privacy and data security. This makes it critical for companies to remain compliant, but for some, remaining compliant can seem like a daunting task.
Gordon Law has provided many companies with the assistance that they need in regards to compliance with the laws and regulations put in place for privacy and data security. Not only do we ensure that our clients are given the advice that they need to remain compliant, but we also help them implement a system that embraces cost-efficiency. Areas that we cover include, but are in no way limited, to disclosure, usage, and collection of personal information.
Our privacy and data security services are used by affiliate marketers, affiliate networks, small businesses, and large businesses. Our customized packages are able to adapt to any business, regardless of the size and this has been highly valued by those who are seeking appropriate advice on the laws and regulations that are set forth to ensure the privacy of consumers are protected legally. Some of the matters that we’ve been known to provide assistance with are:
- Email Marketing
- Security Breaches
- Privacy Procedures
- Legislative Advocacy
- Information Handling
- Commercial Transactions
- Cross-Border Data Transfers
- Privacy and Data Security Litigation
The stipulations that companies are required to follow can get rather intense. While this is a service provided mainly for the affiliate marketing industry, other types of companies can also benefit from it if they choose to do so. Our lawyers have the experience, procedures, and knowledge to effectively provide legal assistance to our clients for privacy and data security regulations. This has positioned us among other law firms as the best law firm for those who want to ensure compliance and protect the longevity of their business.
If you’re ready to take the next step for your company, get in touch with one of our legal professionals today. We’ll work with you to assess and manage any risks, establish privacy and data security programs/procedures, develop employee training, and if necessary handle any responses to investigations/inquiries as well as assist with litigation.